New positions* Columbia Lighthouse for the Blind has...

ON THE MOVE

October 24, 1994

New positions

* Columbia Lighthouse for the Blind has selected Dale T. Otto as the new executive director for the 94-year-old service agency for the sight-impaired.

* Suburban Maryland Technology Council announced that Dyan

Brasington has been chosen as president.

* Omni Inner Harbor Hotel has appointed Theresa Brown and Toni Fischer as catering sales managers.

* Saval Foods named Bob Berndt to coordinate the expansion of the Dorsey-headquartered company from a deli foods line to a full-line food services distributor.

* American Environmental Network, has chosen Denise G. Hager as a senior chemist.

Advertising and PR

* Freed & Associates appointed Jeanne M. Brignall traffic manager at the Baltimore-based agency.

* Parks, Ottenheimer & Subotnik has appointed Jennifer Warshawsky to its staff as an art director.

* Image Dynamics announced that Chad G. Stoianoff has joined the firm as a senior account executive, public relations.

* Hanlon & Partners, of Baltimore, named David Krauk art director.

Financial services

* Fidelity & Deposit Companies announced the appointment of William H. Kelley to assistant vice president, financial services division.

Professional

* Morris & Ritchie Associates, engineers, named David M. Buffington, E. Donald Lassahn, Timothy F. Madden, Bruce C. McMillin and Larry O'Laughlin as principals in the firm.

* McCrone Inc. announced that Glenn D. Bowen and Roy Ziegler have joined the Centerville-based engineering firm.

Health care

* Union Memorial Hospital has announced the selection of Susan Athey, rehabilitation and sports medicine, and Carol Robbins, ancillary services, as vice presidents.

* Prudential Health Care Plan selected Tedd Smith as director of human resources for its mid-Atlantic operations group, based in Baltimore.

* Johns Hopkins Hospital appointed Stephen L. Mann as the director of chaplaincy services.

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